7.11.2019 05:12 pm
Potted plants add colour, dimension and personality to any garden.
A garden is an ever-evolving part of your home, grown and tended through the years. Don’t expect to get it done all at once. Instead, focus on one or two projects a season, with a long-term plan in mind.
Plants are great at removing carbon dioxide from the air, but some plants can remove even more powerful, removing toxic chemicals.
Pool noodles are a cheap and effective way to stay afloat when swimming in summer, but what can you do with them the rest of the year?
Let them go into semi-dormant survival mode with slightly curled, hanging leaves.
If you arrive home one day to find your slippers in tatters, it’s too late to reprimand your dog.
Coconut oil is good for your skin, hair, and nails as well as for cooking, wood polish, dog care and more.
Whether it’s cheaper to buy or build is a complex question when it comes to residential property.
Large plates, big popcorn buckets, big glasses and deep round bowls make portions look smaller and prompt us to eat more.
Keeping your mattress smelling clean and fresh is not as difficult as you may think.
Indoor plants are generally very forgiving of anybody who does not have a ‘green thumb’.
Home owners are often anxious or even scared to begin renovation projects because so many things can go wrong.
Keep potato crisps crispy by adding a silica sachet to an opened bag and closing with a bag clip.
Recycling or re-purposing home materials can go a long way in preserving the environment.
Combine colours for effect with soft mauve for romance, while yellow, white and blue is clean.
Home owners grudgingly fork out for insurance every month consoling themselves that at least if something does happen, they are covered.